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La vie est à nous! (2005)

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Louise Delhomme
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Blanche Delhomme
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La Puce
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Pierre (L'oiseau bleu)
Catherine Hiegel ...
Lucie Chevrier
Carole Weiss ...
Irène
Maroussia Dubreuil ...
Cécile
Celia Rosich ...
Marion (as Célia Rosich)
Danny Martinez ...
Clément
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La Puce enfant
Jil Milan ...
José
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M. Antoine
Agnès Château ...
Mme Antoine
Laurent Gendron ...
Alf
Chantal Banlier ...
Marguerite, la femme de la DDASS
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7 December 2005 (France)  »

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It's Our Life!  »

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€5,340,000 (estimated)
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On The Beautiful Blue Danube
Composed by Johann Strauss (as Johann Strauss)
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Cafe Society
28 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

This is a pleasant, feel-good movie that may not exactly set the world on fire but may warm a few hearts. Two families run two cafes one on each side of a Route Nationale where it runs through a small town and the families are deadly rivals. The highest profiles are those of mother/daughter Josiane Balasko and Sylvie Testud, both solid performers and there's a neat twist when lorry drivers stage a strike and block the road at either end of the town. This, of course, provides opportunities for oneupmanship, dirty tricks etc and these are milked for all that the traffic will bear - sorry about that. English viewers will have mixed feelings about Eric Cantona, late of Manchester United, making yet another foray into the world of celluloid and seen naked yet strutting his stuff on top of Sylvie Testud. Overall I can think of worse ways to spend a hundred minutes.


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